Prunus incisa 'Ko-Jo-No-Mai'
Description: An early spring flowering Prunus with saucer shaped pink flowers turning white with age. This particular species has an attractive zig zag shaped branch growth habit. This species is a very easy to grow species when compared to other Japanese native species of Prunus.
Uses: Spring interest, can be grafted and grown or purchased as a standard tree for use in a pot.
Climate/Position: Full Sun , Protection from strong winds.
Height/Spread: 2.5m / 2.5m
Soil Requirements: Well drained, tolerant of both acidic or alkaline soils.
Pruning: Removed of dead wood in autumn.
Special Requirements: N/A
Additional Interest: Great for a small garden where space is limited. Can be used in Japanese style planting plans.